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HiNDOSTAN, especially the Presidency of Bengal, or more particularly the 
valley and delta of the Ganges, may justly be regarded as the home or place 
of origin of epidemic cholera. 

Hindostan has peculiarities of season, climate, winds, and productions ; 
and the Hindoos have anomalies of manners, customs, religious ceremo- 
nies, etc., which distinguish them from all other countries and peoples. 

The mai'ked feature of its seasons is that the southwest and northeast 
monsoons blow each for six months in the year, and regularly succeed each 
other. The southwest monsoon blows from the eastern coast of Africa and 
the Indian Ocean over the western or Malabar coast of India, from April 
until about the close of October, and across India to the northeast, towards 
China. The northeast monsoon begins about the end of October in fitful 
squalls until the end of November, when it regularly sets in and continues 
until the beginning of April, blowing against the eastern or Coromandel 
coast of India, athwart India towards Madagascar and the southeastern 
coast of Africa. 

Hence the influence of these regular winds would be to drive cholera, if it 
existed in a malarious form in the air, towards China for six months during 
the year, and towards the southeastern coast of Africa during the remaining 
six months. The disease will scarcely ever be blown towards the north- 
west, which is the direction in which it most frequently advances. Trade, 
travel, and pilgrimages take the northwestern route, and serve to explain the 
advance of cholera in that direction. 

In the neighborhood of Calcutta there are three hot and dry months, 
namely, March, April, and May, in which nearly 48,000 deaths from cholera 
have occurred in the course of ten years. Three hot and wet months, 
namely, July, August, and September, with only 11,000 deaths. Three cold 
and dry months, namely, November, December, and January, with 24,000 
deaths. And three transition months, with 22,000 deaths. 

Macpherson (see ^' Cholera in its Home," page 6) says : " It is clear that 
the three hot and dry months [while the wind is blowing towards China] 
produce fully four times as many deaths by cholera as the three hot and wet 
months, and about twice as many deaths as the cold and dry months ; while 
the cold and dry months slightly exceed the transition months in their num- 
ber of casualties." 


The temperature in the hot and dry months is only three degrees greater 
than in the hot and wet months, but the rain-fall is ten inches per month less. 
Hence very heavy falls of rain appear to diminish the prevalence of cholera, 
and the drying process increases the disease. This seems to corroborate 
some of Pettenkofer's views on a large scale. In the hot and dry months 
the Ganges only disgorges 36,000 cubic feet of water in a second ; in the 
wet months, 500,000. 

The customs of the Hindoos are very peculiar in some respects. It is 
calculated that 150,000,000 of them always defecate on the ground; they 
have no privies or latrines, and even the native soldiers under British rule 
will not use them. A mutiny greater than that of 1857 might be produced 
if this necessary hygienic rule were rigidly enforced. Many thousands of 
tons of human excrement have thus been daily deposited upon the open 
ground for some thousands of years. Outside of the large cities of India 
the bulk of the people always dwell in villages of from 2,000 to 10,000 
inhabitants, and from five to less than twenty miles apart. The result has 
been the accumulation of enormous amounts of fsecal matter, with a corres- 
ponding degree of saturation of the soil, and the consequent extensive pol- 
lution of water in every direction. The disinfection of India can only be a 
remote possibility, and Europe must make up its mind to be scourged by 
cholera from that prolific source for many years to come, unless she protect 
herself by quarantine and disinfection. 

-No human or animal compost is used in India for agricultural intents ; 
it is all left upon the open ground where it is dropped. On the other hand 
in China and Japan almost everything is used for purposes of manure, 
but in China it is carried in open vessels and vehicles to the fields ; whence 
dysentery and typhoid fever abound, while cholera never occurs unless it is 
imported from India. In Japan all filth is collected in closed vessels, and 
removed from all the towns and villages every night. Japan possesses the 
cleanest cities and the widest streets ; and cholera, dysentery, and typhoid 
fever are almost unknown. 

In China and Japan there are systems for the removal of excrement, and 
in both all human excreta are applied to the land as manure. But the Jap- 
anese are incomparably the most active, shrewd, and cleanly. Their streets 
are kept free from filth, and the houses, yards, and lands are preserved from 
pollution by most thorough arrangements. An army of scavengers is em- 
ployed during the nights in removing the debris and excreta of the day. 
There are no water-closets, privies, or dung heaps, but closed vessels are 
always used. They not only clear away the night soil, but the droppings of 
animals, offal, and kitchen refuse ; so that the poorest quarters of the cities 
are kept thoroughly clean. In neatness the Japanese are not surpassed by 
any people in the world, and if cleanliness is next to godlijtess, they deserve 
the palm. They all bathe every day, both masters and servants. 

The Hindoos style their country " the land of the ceremonially pure," but 
it is really that of the detestably unclean ; and their habits are so inveterate 
that nothing but the most arbitrary measures can ever eradicate them. 

As regards the spread of cholera among the villages in India, Dr. White, 


of Assam, a devout believer in Cunningham and Bryden, is forced to admit 
(see " Sixth Annual Report of the Sanitary Commissioner with the Govern- 
ment of India," p. 8) that " the history of the outbreaks of cholera is the 
same in every case. A case of sporadic cholera occurs in a Hindoo vil- 
lage ; the patient is placed in the smallest and closest apartment of the house ; 
a large fire is lighted, and as many people, friends and relatives of the suf- 
ferer, as the room will hold, assemble and squat around him solely for the 
purpose of praying ; as there is seldom, if ever, any attempt to administer 
remedies. The patient during Ifliis time is vomiting, defecating, etc., and 
the fomites of the disease must necessarily be carried off by the visitors to the 
crowded rooms and huts. After three or four days, five or six new cases 
occur, and so on daily, until it runs through the whole village or villages to 
which the persons first infected belonged. Its further progress is limited, or 
circumscribed by the rude system of quarantine maintained by the natives. 
As soon as it is known that any considerable number of fatal cases have 
occurred in any particular village, all the other places in the neighborhood 
cut off every intercourse with it. Although they may have very dear relatives 
living in it, they will not go near, nor allow any person from the infected vil- 
lage to enter their own ; and so rigidly is this precaution enforced, that 
many instances are known in which persons approaching a healthy abode 
from one where cholera existed, have been violently assaulted." 

Thus it will be seen that heat, filth, carelessness, and overcrowding are 
capable of making a non-contagious disease at least infectious. For Mac- 
pherson says (p. 20) : "While admitting that it is impossible to resist the evi- 
dence that cholera is contagious at certain times, I must still assert that it is 
pestilent in a very slight degree in the better houses and general hospitals 
of Bengal." Again, ordinary dysentery is not contagious ; but Professor 
McLean (see Reynold's "System of Medicine," p. 627) asserts: "Dysentery 
once established as an epidemic, is propagated by the effluvia from the evac- 
uations of those affected in crowded hospitals. In most of the Hindostan 
barracks the latrines were so badly constructed, so injudiciously placed and 
so illy kept, as to aid materially in propagating both dysentery and cholera ; 
by exposing the healthy to the effluvia arising from the evacuations of the 
diseased. He has seen these diseases propagated in hospitals by the prac- 
tice of preserving the evacuations of large numbers of patients for inspec- 
tion by medical officers at their morning and evening visits. No single 
measure of a preventive kind yet tried has exercised a more beneficial effect 
on the health of troops in India than the improvement which has been in- 
troduced in the position, construction, and care of barracks and hospital 

The filthy habits of the Hindoos have carried cholera to the ^' Hill Sani- 
taria" of Hindostan. Dr. McNamara (see "Treatise on Cholera," p. 262). 
says : " Simla is the most beautiful hill sanitarium in the world. It is placed 

1 According to Inspector General John Murray (see observations on the Pathology 
and Treatment of Cholera, 1874, p. 56) ; "Out of two hundred and mnety-one cases 
treated in the civil hospitals in Paris, from September 16 to November 10, 1873, o^® 
hundred and one, equal to thirty-five per cent., originated in the hospitals in patients under 
treatment for other diseases." There was probably less ventilation than in warmer 


7,000 feet up the Himalaya Mountains, north of Hurdwar. Scarcely a year 
now passes without deaths from cholera occurring at Simla, and in 1866-67 
and 1868 it appeared in a deadly form. Nor can we wonder at this when as 
late as 1865 the sanitary commissioners inform us that the "sides of the hills 
were everywhere studded with human excrements, and the smells which arose 
in every direction were a disgrace to a place which professes to be an asylum 
for the sick. The water was contaminated. In summer the dry beds of the 
mountain torrents are places of convenience and filth. The edge of a hill 
at a few yards' distance from the public r(iad was lined with filth, and evi- 
dently the resort of the numerous native servants of the locality ; and at 
some distance lower down the slope, is the spring from which the water 
supply of the summer residence of Her Majesty's Viceroy and many of the 
largest and best English houses in the vicinity is drawn. What must occur 
after every fall of rain is too obvious. Dr. Murray has made an elaborate 
series of analyses of the waters of Simla, which are naturally the purest 
he has found in India ; but as it reaches the consumer, it is the most impure 
he has ever analyzed. The amount of nitrates in it is something appalling." 

In no other country in the world are the pilgrimages so vast and numer- 
ous ; and if cholera be portable at all, it must be carried about by the 
thousands and millions of pilgrims who annually traverse Hindostan in 
every direction. 

These pilgrimages take place from Juggernaut to Calcutta, and along the 
whole course of the Ganges, which runs from the southeast to the northwest, 
through Patna, Benares, and Allahabad, up to Hurdwar, at the source of the 
Ganges, in the Himalaya Mountains. At Hurdwar, upwards of one half 
million pilgrims assemble on the 12th of April each year, and at least three 
millions every twelfth year. Lieutenant Bacon says : " On the road before 
us and behind, as far as the eye could reach, was a continued flood of 
human beings, rolling on toward the Ganges. Every avenue was crammed j 
every inch of ground was occupied. The uproar and effluvia were intoler- 
able, and the disgusting spectacles which are only too frequently exhibited, 
were almost sufiicient to deter any one from revisiting such a scene." 

According to Lieutenant-colonel Sir Alexander Burnes (see " Narrative 
of a Journey to and Residence in Cabul in 1836, '37 and '38," p. 77), the 
most extensive arrangements have long been made to convey pilgrims, mer- 
chandise, and disease to and from Hurdwar and Central Asia. " The 
Lohanee Afghans are a migratory, commercial, and pastoral people, who 
proceed annually into India to purchase merchandise. At the end of Octo- 
ber, as winter approaches, they descend into India, remain until after the 
Fair at Hurdwar, and commence their return towards the end of April. They 
all reach Cabool and Kandahar by the middle of June, in sufficient time to 
dispatch their investments to Herat and Bokhara ; and then pass on into 
Khorassan in Persia, where they remain during the summer. They march 
in three great divisions ; the first has twenty-four thousand capnels, the 
second nineteen thousand, and the third seven thousand. It is with these 
that the Hindoo merchants, and foreigners generally travel. This channel 
of trade is very ancient, dating before the time of the Emperor Baber, in 
A. D. 1505." 


The arrangements for the conveyance of pilgrims, merchandise, and 
disease farther west, are still more complete, according to Sir James Con- 
nolly. Due west of Herat, lies Meschid, the Holy City of North Persia. 
For eight months in the year all the roads to and from Meschid are thronged 
with pilgrims. Nearly sixty thousand come up from India, Cabool, and 
Afghanistan, and as many more from Turkey in Asia, the Caucasus, and 
shores of the Black and Caspian seas. 

The great Hurdwar epidemic of 1867 is well known ; over forty- three 
thousand deaths occurred then in the Punjaub from cholera. MacNamara 
(see "Treatise on Cholera," p. 251, 1869) says : " The epidemic crossed the 
western frontier of India into Afghanistan with fearful virulence in July, 
1867, and continued until the month of September. It appeared in Teheran^ 
towards the close of 1867, where it was also reproduced in t868." At that 
early period, MacNamara said : " Europe, therefore, is threatened with the 
disease, via Russia and Turkey." 

Henry Blanc, Surgeon Major of the Indian Army, says (see " Cholera ; 
How to Avoid and Treat it," p. 10) : " From Peshawur (northwest border 
town of India), the disease crossed over into Cashmere and Afghanistan, 
where it broke out with violence in July, 1867, and did not cease until 
September. Towards the end of 1867 it reached Persia, where it remained 
until the autumn of 1868." 

It is also well known that there was another great outbreak of cholera in 
the Punjaub or Northwest Province of India in 1869 ; over ten thousand 
deaths occurred from cholera (see " Sixth Annual Report of the Sanitary 
Commissioner with India," p. 33). " It prevailed in July, August, Septem- 
ber, and October, 1869. Drs. Cunningham and Bryden have most carelessly 
assumed that the disease of 1867 was blown only over the borders of India 
in 1869, and by a monsoon, which does not blow in that direction at this 

Dr. Bryden says :^ "The cholera of 1869 did not stop on the Peshawur 
tier in the first week in September. We hear of it above the Kyber pass at 
Jellabad, and before the middle of September its appearance in Cabul was 
reported. On the 21st of September, 1869, it had again been so long in 
Meschid that from fifty to sixty cases a day were occurring. And far be- 
yond, from the shores of the Caspian Sea, the arrival of cholera at Astrabad 
was announced. The English political agent at Astrabad writes, ' It first 
broke out among the soldiery and irregular cavalry. These being dispersed 
it spread in the town, and was very virulent. Those who can afford it have 
left the country.' " 

The Caspian Sea is now covered with Russian steamboats, which can 
convey the disease rapidly in various directions. The cholera which was in 
Teheran, the capital of Persia, in 1867, w^ould almost certainly reach Russia 
in 1868. Bryden says : " This cholera finds its termination neither at Astra- 
bad, nor Meschid. Cases of cholera occurred at Kiev, the holy city of Rus- 
sia, early in July, 1869, but there was no epidemic until the middle of 
September. At first it was supposed that the cholera had reached Kiev, 
from Persia, but it appears this year (1869) Tiflis has been unusually 
1 See ^'■Statistical Report of Cholera in India in 1869," p. 220. 


healthy." But the Teheran cholera of 1867 and 1868 probably reached 
Tiflis in 1868, in time to be forwarded to Russia in 1868 ; and doubtless Drs. 
Tholozon and Pelikan have entirely overlooked the cholera of 1867 in Per- 
sia, and merely deny its existence in Tiflis in 1868. 

However this may be, the epidemic of 1865 and 1866 in Russia left that 
country with 33,382 cases in 1867. In 1868 there were about eighty-three 
attacks in all Russia ; and in 1869 only nine hundred and eleven cases, and 
the majority of these were in the holy city of Kiev on the river Dnieper ; to 
which at least 50,000 pilgrims come yearly, some of them on their return 
from Jerusalem, and the holy places in Syria and the Caucasus. 

It is not only highly probable, but almost certain that the Hurdwar epi- 
demic of 1867 reached Russia by way of Persia, in 1868 and 1869, so that in 

1870 there were 20,140 cases reported. The Punjaub epidemic of 1869 was 
soon added thereto, and in 1871 there were no less than 305,229 deaths 
from cholera in Russia. At least Dr. Flauvel, one of the most competent of 
the French historians of the course of cholera, says that in 1869 and 1870, 
Poti, on the eastern coast of the Black Sea, Kertch in the Crimea, Taganrog 
on the sea of Azof (the first southern Russian port that is cleared of ice in 
the spring), and Rostoff on the river Don, were among the earliest Russian 
cities to be visited by cholera. He says : " As usual the rapid propagation of 
the disease along the coast of the Black Sea, coincided with the arrival by 
steamships of travellers from infected points. No less than seventy infected 
vessels arrived in the Bosphorus, and Constantinople was soon attacked." 

The river Dnieper upon which the holy city of Kiev is situated, is connected 
by canals with the rivers Niemen and Vistula, and in this way cholera was 
brought through Poland up to the Baltic cities of Konigsberg, Dantzig, and 
Stettin, by Polish raftsmen in 1870. There were many attacks in Poland in 
1870, 187 1, and 1872 ; and in 1873, there were 37,586 cases and 16,248 deaths. 
It prevailed in Konigsberg, Dantzig, and Stettin, in 187 1, 1872, and 1873. In 

187 1 there were over 3,000 cases and 1,800 deaths in these Baltic towns ; more 
in 1872 ; and 8,669 cases and 5,057 deaths in 1873. In Galicia two hundred 
and twenty-four towns and villages were attacked. 

There was a slight epidemic in Hamburg in 1872 ; and 1,225 cases and 
877 deaths in 1873. 

There were 140,000 deaths from cholera in Hungary in 1872 and 1873 ; 
and many in Austria, Poland, Bavaria, and Italy. There were nearly 27,000 
deaths in Prussia in 1872 and 1873, of which 788 occurred in Breslau, 2,587 
cases in Dantzig, 5,277 cases in Konigsberg, 7,120 cases in Magdeburg, and 
many others in Warsaw, Berlin, and Dresden. 

It was almost a matter of course that cholera would be exported from 
Europe in 1873 ; it is even positively proven that it was conveyed from 
Genoa in Italy by two steamships down to Rio Janeiro and Buenos Ayres. 

Many of the first cases which occurred in New Orleans have been 
traced to persons who worked among the shipping on the levee, although they 
died in various distant parts of the city. The importation into Nashville has 
been positively proven as having occurred from Memphis ; and the arrival of 
the disease in Memphis from New Orleans is scarcely more doubtful than that 
of yellow fever, which is regarded as absolutely certain. In Cincinnati, cases 


had occurred and had been exported to Wheeling, West Va., before any had 
been reported in the former city. Cases were sent direct from New Orleans 
and Memphis up to Chicago as early as May, 1873. 

Great mistakes and confusion have arisen in New Orleans, Memphis, 
Nashville, Cincinnati, and other places, because careful examinations into 
the origin «f the disease were not instituted until weeks and months after 
cholera had commenced or even terminated in those cities ; and then the 
fatal cases only were more or less accurately recorded. It would be quite as 
impossible to trace the course of scarlet fever, if none but fatal cases were 
counted. Thus in France, in 1866, only ninety-five thousand cases proved 
fatal out of two hundred and thirty thousand ; hence according to the New Or- 
leans and Cincinnati plan one hundred and thirty-five thousand facts would 
have been suppressed or overlooked. When all the non-fatal cases are omit- 
ted it frequently happens that there is no apparent, or easily traceable con- 
nection between the fatal ones ; and it seems like going back to the dark 
ages of medical research to parade lists of fatal cases only of cholera, and to 
refer to them as containing all, or even the principal part of the facts de- 
scriptive of an epidemic. 

The marked resemblance between the progress of the great epidemic of 
1841 to 1849, with that of 1867 to 1873, has impressed man3^ The huge 
twelfth year Juggernaut epidemic of 1841, in India, was supplemented by 
an equally great Hurdwar outbreak in 1843. According to Professor 
Dickson,^ in 1844 it was known to have made an encroachment upon Af- 
ghanistan, where its ravages were considerable. In May, 1845, i^ was at 
Kandahar, carrying off three hundred victims a day. In June, at Cabul ; in 
July, at Herat. Some pilgrims going to Meschid, carried it to that city in Feb- 
ruary, 1846. From Meschid it traversed Persia from east to west, following 
the great roads ; reaching Astrabad in May, 1846, and Teheran in June, 1846 ; 
carrying off seven thousand persons in seventy days. It is significant that in 
1846 and in 183 1, cholera appeared at the precise time when the pilgrims 
were flocking in from all sides. At the same time following the west coast of 
the Caspian Sea, in November, 1846, it invaded the Russian provinces, at- 
tacking the same towns as in 1823 and 1831. Here it stopped at the end of 
the year 1846, and took up its winter quarters upon the frontiers of Europe. 
For several months nothing was heard from it ; there were indeed some 
moments of hope that it had disappeared entirely. But this illusion did not 
last. At the end of March, 1847, it started from its short sleep and reap- 
peared on the shores of the Caspian ; in May, 1847, it was among the 
Kossacks ; in July at Astracan ; on July 21, at Taganrog on the sea of 
Azof; at Kherson at the mouth of the Dnieper; then at Kiev; and from 
there down to the Baltic. It arrived at Hamburg in August and September, 
1848; and at New Orleans by three ships from Hamburg and Bremen, in 
December, 1848. 

In the " Bavarian Official Report," p. 14, it is stated that in two hundred 
and fourteen towns and villages importation of the disease could be proved, 
and that in eighty-one it was not. It is highly probable that intelligent and 
industrious investigators will find importation in all instances. 
1 See New York Journal of Medicine ^ January, 1849, p. 9. 

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Clark, Jones, Treadway, Hotve, Worthington, Bull, 
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ley, Leete, Higley, Holcomb, Bliss, Chapin, Drake, 
Moore, Brown, Gillett, Loomis, and others. 

689 BASCOM. Genealogical Record of 
Thomas Bascom, and his descendants, by E. 
D.Harris. 8vo, clo. Bost., 1870. $3 

690 BERGEN FAMILY, or descendants of 
Hans Hansen Bergen, one of the early settlers 
of New York and Brooklyn, L. I. With 
notes on the Genealogy of several other fam- 
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clo. N. Y., 1866. $3 

691 BIDWELL. Seventh Generation of 
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Bidwell. 8vo, pp. 123. Albany, 1884. $2 

James Embree, Philip Price and Eli K. Per- 
kins. Portrait. 8vo, clo. Phila., 1881. 


693 BISBEE. Family Records of Thomas 
Besbedge (Bisbee) of Scituate, Mass., 1634, by 

i W. B. Lapham. 8vo, pp. 48. Augusta, Me. , 
I 1876. $1 

sketches, Biographical and Genealogical, of 
William Blackstone and his descendants, by 
L. M. Sargent. 8vo, pp. 43. Privately printed. 
Norwich, 1857. $2.50 

695 BOARDMAN. Genealogy and a bio- 
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Sm. 4to, pp. 50. 50 copies printed. Albany, 
1885. $1.25 

696 BOOTH. Family of Richard Boothe, 
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through some branches of his posterity, and 
introduced by fragmentary Notes on Ancient 
Stratford. [By Rev. Benjamin L. Swan.] 
Map and Opiates. 12mo, clo. N. Y., 1862. 


697 BOUTELL (C.) English Heraldry. 
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698 BOYD (J.) Annals and Family Records 
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699 BRADFORD Family. Genealogical 
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700 BRADLEE Family, with particular 
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ley, of Dorchester, Mass., by S. B. Doergett. 
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701 BRAINERD Family in U. S., by D. D. 
Field. Portraits. 8vo, clo. N. Y'., 1867. 


702 BRIDGER (C.) An Index to Printed 
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703 BRIDGMAN (Thomas.) Pilgrims of 
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704 BRIGGS. A Partial Record of De- 
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land, 1878. $1.50 

705 BUCKINGHAM Family, by F. W. 
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706 BULKELEY Pedigree (The.) 8vo, pp. 
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707 BURKE (J. and J. B.) Genealogical 
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708 Royal Families of England, Scot- 
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709 BURLEY. Genealogy of the Burley 
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710 BURR. General History of the Burr 
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Todd. Portraits. 8vo, clo. N. Y., 1878. $3 

711 BUTLER. Descendants of Thomas 
and Elizabeth Butler, of Butler's Hill, South 
Berwick, Me., 1674 to 1886, by Geo. H. 
BuLler, M.D. 8vo, clo. N. Y., 1886. $3 

712 CANDEE. G^^nealogy, with Notices 
of Allied Families of Allyd, Catlin, Cooke, 
Mallery, Newell, Norton, Pynchon, and 


Nash and Pierce, 

Wadsworth, by C. C. Baldwin. 3 plates. 
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713 CARPENTER. Genealogical and 
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714 CAVERLY Family, from 1116 to 1880, 
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715 CAVERNO Family Record, by^A. 
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716 CHANDLER. Descendants of Wil- 
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1883. $7 

717 CHAUNCEYS. Memorials of the 
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718 CLARKE. Descendants of Nathaniel 
Clarke, of Newbury, Mass., by G. K. Clarke. 
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719 CHAPMAN. Descendants of Ralph 
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720 CHITTENDEN Family : William 
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721 CLEVELAND. Register of descend- 
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Albany, 1881. 75 cts. 

722 CLUTE (R. F.) Annals and Parish 
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723 COFFIN. Joshua Coffin, by Rev. Elias 
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724 Genealogy of the early genera- 
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725 COLDEN. Genealogical Notes of the 
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726 CORWIN (Curwin, Curwen, Corwine.) 
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727 CROSBY Family and their Descend- 
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728 CRUISE .(W.) Treatise on the origin 
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729 CUTTER. History of the Cutter Fam- 
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Portraits. Svo, pr., uncut, pp. 374. Boston, 
1871. $3 

730 DE VEAUX FAMILY, introducing, 
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1100 years, by T. F. De Voe. 8vo, clo. N.Y., 
1885. $2.50 

731 DOD'S.Peerage, Baronetage and Knight- 
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732 DROWNE. Genealogy of family of 
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Prov., 1879. $2 

733 DURRIE (D. S.) Index to American 
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734 New Edition (3d) revised and en- 
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Some account of the Ellis, Pemberton, Wil- 
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736 EDWARDS. Memorial Volume of the 
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Boston, 1871. $1.75 

737 ELY. Records of the descendants of 
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until his death in 1675. Fine portraits. 4to, 
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738 EMERSON. Ralph Waldo Emerson, 
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739 EPITAPHS from the Old Burying 
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740 EPITAPHS from the Cemetery on 
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741 EPITAPHIANA ; or Curiosities of 
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742 FAIRFAXES of England and America 
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743 FARMER (J.) Genealogical Register 
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744 FENTON. Descendants of Robert 
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Willimantic, 1867. $1 

745 FLETCHER. Descendants of Robert 
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746 FOWLER (W. C.) Conditions of Suc- 
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747 FULLER. Descendants of John Fuller, 
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748 GALE Family. 8vo, pp. 9. n. p. . n. d. 

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749 GOODWIN (N.) Genealogical Notes, 
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750 GOULD. Ancestry and Posterity of 
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751 GRANT. Ancestry of General U. S. 
Grant, and their Contemporaries, by E. C. 
Marshall. 12mo, clo. N. Y., 1869. $1.50 

752 GREENE. Genealogical Sketch of 
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1858. $1.75 

753 GRIFFING. Genealogy of the de- 
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754 HALE. Thomas Hale, of Newbury, 
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1881. 50 cts. 

755 H ANN AY (James.) Three Hundred 
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756 HARRIS Family. Thomas Harris in 
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757 HART. Genealogical History of Dea- 
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758 HARTLEY. Memorial of Robert Mil- 
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759 HATCH. Major Timothy Hatch, of 
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760 HAVEN. Descendants of Richard 
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761 Another copy, interleaved. 8vo, 

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First Church in Hartford, 1633-1885. [His- 
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763 HOLCOMBE (W. F., M.D.). Fam- 
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764 HOLGATE (J. B.) American Gene- 
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765 HOLMES. A Letter of Directions to 
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766 HOLTON Chart of Descendants of 
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767 Chart of some of the Descendants 

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769 HORNBLOWER (Josiah) and the first 
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770 HOTTEN. Our Early Emigrant An- 
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771 HULL. Records of some of descend- 
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772 HUNTINGTON Family in this Coun- 
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773 HUNTON Philip Hunton and his 
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774 HUTCHINSON Family, or descend 
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775 JANES Famil}^ Descendants of Will- 
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776 JAUNCEY Family. The Bermuda 
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777 Family of New York. Portrait 

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778 JONES. The Feudal Barons of Powys, 
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779 Memorial of Hon. David S. Jones. 

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780 KIP. Historical Notes of the Family 
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781 LATHROP. Lo-Lathrop Family in 
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783 LAWRENCE (John), of Wisset, in Suf- 
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783 LAWRENCE-TOWNLEY, and Chase- 
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784 LEE. Genealogical History of the Lee 
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785 LEFFERT'S Family, 1650-1878, by 
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786 LEIGHTON. Account of the descend- 
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787 LEISLER. Genealogical Notes relat- 
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1877. $5 

788 LELAND Magazine, or a Genealogical 
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789 LEONARD Family, by Wm. R. Deane. 
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790 LEYERETT Family Pedigree, 1619- 
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791 LIBBY Family in America, 1602-1881, 
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792 MACY Family from 1635-1868, com- 
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793 MARSHALL (G. W.) An Index to the 
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794 McKINSTRY Family, by W. Willis. 
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795 MESSINGER Family, by Hon. G. W. 

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796 MARSTONS. Memoirs of the Mar- 
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797 MONTAGUE Family Meeting at Had- 
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798 MONTGOMERY. Genealogical His- 
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801 MORRIS. Memoranda of the descend- 
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803 MORRISON. History of the Mori- 
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804 MOWRY. Richard Mowry, of Ux- 
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805 Descendants of Nathaniel Mowry, 

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806 MULFORD Family, by W. R. Mul- 
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807 MUNROE. Genealogy, by John G. 
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812 OLCOTT. Descendants of Thomas 
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814 OLMSTEAD Family of New England, 
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815 PAINE Genealogy, Ipswich Branch, 
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816 PALMER Records. First Palmer 
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817 PARSONS. Chart of Descendants of 
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818 Chart of Descendants of Thomas 

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819 PEABOD Y Family, as compiled by C. 
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820 PHILLIPS Family. Pedigree of, by 
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821 POND. Genealogical Record of Dan- 
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824 PORTER. Descendants of Richard 
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825 POWERS Family. Walter Power 
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826 PROCEEDINGS of the N. E. Genea- 
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827 PROVOOST. Genealogical Notes of 
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828 REED. History of the Reed, Read, 
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830 BOBBINS. Chart of Descendants of 
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832 ROCKWOOD. Record of the Descend- 
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833 ROGERS. John Rogers, the compiler 
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838 SCHUYLER Family, by Joel Muu- 
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840 SHUEY. History of the Shuey Family 
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841 SOUTHINGTON, CONN. Genealo- 
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843 SPRAGUE Family Memorial, by R. 
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846 STILL WELL. Notes on tlie descend- 
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847 SUFFOLK Surnames, by N. I . Bow- 
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856 USHER, J. Facts about Unclaimed 
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877 WOODMAN. List of some of the de- 
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879 Mcpherson, E. Political History 
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881 SOUTHERN GENERALS, who they 
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882 OHIO. Military History of the 123d 
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